IMG_1985Snow may have fallen across much of North Wales in recent days – but one snowy-coloured, long-stay feline at the RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre continues to search for his second chance of happiness.

Monty, a four-year-old domestic shorthair, is a gentle giant, and is looking for a calm and peaceful new home to match his chilled-out personality.

He has been in the RSPCA’s care since June, after he was seen by a member of the public straying in the Conwy area with a badly wounded tail.

Monty was not microchipped, and an owner could not be found – with one local resident indicating his family may have moved out of the area, leaving the poor cat behind.

RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre’s Melanie Kermode said: “Poor Monty has been with us for a number of months, and we’re desperate to find him the perfect forever home.

“He’s a big white cat, with a kind and gentle soul – and is looking for a chilled-out home to match his relaxed personality.

“Monty would prefer to be the only cat within the home, but could live happily with children over the age of ten years-of-age. He’s an independent cat, who would thrive on the opportunity to get outside and explore.

“One of our officers rescued Monty, after he was found straying in the Conwy area with a bleeding tail wound. He’s been through a difficult ordeal – and we just hope we can find him a perfect new forever home.

“Anybody interested in potentially re-homing Monty is urged to get in touch with Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre. We’re open between 11am-4pm every day except Wednesday, and can be reached on 0300 123 0745 or via email at brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.”

Monty is one of dozens of animals based at the Centre looking for a second chance of happiness in a new forever home. Bryn-Y-Maen rehomed 453 animals in 2016.

You can help the RSPCA rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals in desperate need of care, and support the charity’s on-going ‘kindness’ campaign, online.